The 1993 Nissan Maxima transmission is interchangeable with any 1991 through 1995 Nissan Maxima models. The transmission mounts might be slightly different.
Yes, it should since it is the same motor, chassis. Only thing that might cause a problem would be the transmission programming.
You might have to pry it, if push comes to shove.
Check for spark. Your system might have an ignition cut off.
The car might need a tuneup . also the problem might be related to fuel injectors that are not working properly.
The instrument panel fuse on a Nissan Maxima is located in the sections marked 34 and 35 in the fuse box panel. These are both 15amp fuses that should be replaced together because if either one of them is weak, putting in a new one might short out the weak one.
dissconnect the battery overnight to clear the codes. if that does not work then u have more problems. or you can hook it up to a scanner to cear the codes but they are high. you might take it to autozone and they will cear them for u
Yes, an aftermarket stereo radio can replace a Bose radio in a 1997 Nissan Maxima. Remove the old radio from the dash and put in the new one. A new mounting frame might be required to make the new radio fit properly.
fluid might be low,emergency brake might not be fully released.
If the 2004 Nissan Maxima won't start and won't come out of Park, one thing to do would be to try moving the steering wheel back and forth while trying to move the gear shift out of Park. If this does not work, the thing to do might be to reprogram the key. Some car keys have a computer chip in them to prevent theft.
check your fuel filter Might want to clean your throttle body. check you Mass Airflow Meter (MAF sensor).
One of the causes of a high-pitched whine during acceleration on a 1999 Nissan Maxima is a fan belt that might be a little too tight. A drop or two of any dish soap on the inside of the belt should cure the loud whine. If not, make sure all of the pulleys on the fan apparatus are turning properly.